You’ll find no shortage of holiday inspiration on the #IDCOatHome feed. With designers posting from across the world, seeing how the pros decorate for the season is such a treat. We’re talking about everything from mantle styling to staircase garland and beyond. While new content is being shared on the daily, we’ve selected eight images that stood out among the rest. They’re worth pinning, saving, and referencing for years ahead. As always, don’t forget to tag your posts with #IDCOatHome for a chance to be featured.
Our favorite mother-daughter design team has done it again. With a natural and tasteful approach to holiday decor, they demonstrated how impactful fresh greenery and garlands can be. Paired with a few gold accessories, this nook feels festive but not overdone.
We like to think of the mantle as the centerpiece of holiday design. It’s an exercise in creativity with plenty of opportunities to layer texture, color, and natural greens. Marin Design Co. did all of the above and created the ultimate living room focal point.
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Neutral, but never boring. That’s the approach the team behind THELIFESTYLEDCO took to this year’s holiday design, with tones of white, cream, gray, and gold. It’s a color palette that never goes out of style and allows the greenery to speak for itself.
Interior Design: @audreyscheckdesign
We had the pleasure of getting to know Audrey Scheck at this year’s Design Camp. Upon meeting, we quickly picked up on her innate talent, so this beautiful scene from her home comes as no surprise. It’s holiday inspiration that’s well worth pinning for future reference.
More to read: Fresh Greenery + Garlands 101
Interior Design: @hausguerin
We’ve always believed holiday decor doesn’t have to be over-the-top. Luckily, Kaelyn Guerin shared that mindset and showed us how to make impactful moments with the smallest of details. Cue the lyrics: brown paper packages tied up with strings.
Interior Design: @kcdesignco
When you combine fresh greens, bundled firewood, and chunky woven blankets, you get holiday inspiration like no other. And the miniature trees on the mantle are a *chef’s kiss* to seasonal cheer.
Interior Design: @jaci.daily
Leave it to Jaci Hodge to bring our minimalist holiday dreams to life. She deemed this a “naked tree” look, and now we’re left wondering if ornaments are even necessary.
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Kerry of Graham Hill Design isn’t afraid to bring color to her holiday mantle, and we love her for it. With touches of muted mustard and stone blue, she brought her signature aesthetic for a coastal-inspired Christmas.
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